Announcement from the UK Government in regards to Anti-Dumping Duty

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Trade remedies notices: anti-dumping duty on cold-rolled iron and steel products from China and Russia

The anti-dumping duty on cold-rolled iron and steel products from China and Russia was imposed by the EU on behalf of the UK and the other member states. The Secretary of State for International Trade transitioned the anti-dumping duty to continue applying in the UK after the transition period.

A transition review of the anti-dumping duty was initiated on 29 April 2021 under Trade Remedies Authority (TRA) case TD0011.

Following the TRA’s investigation, the Secretary of State for International Trade has accepted, and is giving effect to, a recommendation by the Trade Remedies Authority under regulation 101C(2)(a) of the Trade Remedies (Dumping and Subsidisation) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 that anti-dumping measures on certain cold rolled flat steel products be maintained at their current levels for 5 years from 5 August 2021.

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